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Stocking stuffer? Associate Prof. Steve Meyer provides salsa exchange for scholarship contributions

Looking for that perfect stocking stuffer (albeit you will need a really sturdy stocking)? Are you hosting a holiday party and have not decided on the appetizers/snacks (hint: red is the perfect color this holiday season)? Thinking about what to serve your guests when you host your “Fill-in-the-blank” Bowl Game party?  How about some of […]

Event At Lambeau Field Showcases Student Research On New Antibiotics | Wisconsin Public Radio

One of the greatest threats to global health is antibiotic resistance, according to the World Health Organization, and some Wisconsin students have begun the fight to find new alternatives by studying and sampling soil. An event Friday, Tiny Earth in Titletown in Green Bay, will feature presentations from 110 students who have been working over 14 weeks on solutions […]

Commencement speaker, Prof. Patricia Terry, noted for ‘Iron-man worthy’ efforts on behalf of the University

As a tenured professor approaching her 25th year at UW-Green Bay, professor Patricia Terry describes herself as a “pinnacle person.” Which means, if you’re going to do something, take it all the way. “If you’re going to run, run a marathon. Go to college? Get a Ph.D. Work at a university? Achieve the rank of […]

Reminder: Innovation in Aging Competition, register by Dec. 13

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WiSys’ Innovation and Aging Competition held a Reverse Pitch Forum on Wednesday, Nov. 20 to kickstart the Innovation and Aging student idea competition. The event served as a springboard for interested student groups. The forum included brief “pitches” from organizations, community members and interested students about specific problems and challenges associated with aging. Audience members then […]

Save the date, April 18: 2020 Destination Imagination Wisconsin State Tournament

Save the date for the 2020 Destination Imagination Wisconsin State Tournament. This year’s event will be hosted on Saturday, April 18, 2020. You can learn more about DI on its website. This event will bring close to 7,000 people to campus in one day and will be a terrific way to showcase UW-Green Bay. With this […]

Reminder: Tiny Earth in Titletown, Dec. 6

On Friday, Dec. 6, 2019, students from across the state, including UW-Green Bay, will present their research findings about antibiotic resistance at the Tiny Earth Symposium at Lambeau Field from 5 to 8 p.m. The keynote speaker, Director of the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery (WID) and founder of Tiny Earth, Jo Handelsman, will discuss the […]

Assistant Prof. Renee Richer selected to participate in Deep Teaching Residency

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UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus Assistant Prof. Renee Richer (Natural and Applied Sciences) was recently selected to participate in the Deep Teaching Residency in January 2020. The Deep Teaching Residency analyzes how an instructor’s ability to provide an inclusive teaching experience in a STEM classroom can be impacted by various components. The Residency will be from […]

UW-Green Bay WIT advances female participation and leadership in technology sectors

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Founded a short 20 months ago, UW-Green Bay’s student organization, Women in Technology (WIT), is seeking to end the long-existing stigma that men should dominate the technology field. This stereotype is one felt personally by members within the organization, including current WIT President Emily Sawall and Vice President Amber Honnef—the only two females in one […]